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Escherichia coli K-12 substr. MG1655 Reactions Class: Transport Reactions

Summary:
Transport reactions are reactions in which at least one species is transported across a membrane. The species may or may not be chemically modified in the course of the reaction. Typically, transport reactions are catalysed by membrane proteins known as transporters (with the exception of simple diffusion reactions). Transporters can function without an input of energy (faciltated diffusion), or they can be driven by electrochemical potential gradients (secondary transport) or by other energy sources such as light or ATP hydrolysis (primary transport).

Parent Classes:
Simple Reactions

Child classes:
Simple Diffusion (11),
Transport Reactions of Unknown Mechanism (94),
Transport Energised by Light Absorption (0),
Transport Energised by Methyl Group Transfer (0),
Transport Energised by the Membrane Electrochemical Gradient (172),
Transport Facilitated by Channels and Pores (25),
Transport Energised by Decarboxylation (0),
Transport Energised by P-P Bond Hydrolysis (74),
Group Translocation (23)

Instances:
1.6.1.-: NADPH + NAD+ + H+[cytosol] ← NADH + NADP+ + H+[periplasm],
S-methyl-5-thio-D-ribose[periplasm]S-methyl-5-thio-D-ribose[extracellular space],
an inositol[periplasm] ↔ an inositol[extracellular space],
carbon monoxide[periplasm] ↔ carbon monoxide[extracellular space],
an amino acid[periplasm] ↔ an amino acid[extracellular space],
a nucleobase[periplasm] ↔ a nucleobase[extracellular space],
H2[in] ↔ H2[out],
a C4-dicarboxylate[periplasm] ↔ a C4-dicarboxylate[extracellular space],
a sugar alcohol[periplasm] ↔ a sugar alcohol[extracellular space],
a short-chain alcohol[periplasm] ↔ a short-chain alcohol[extracellular space],
a short-chain carboxylate[periplasm] ↔ a short-chain carboxylate[extracellular space],
an organosulfur compound[periplasm] ↔ an organosulfur compound[extracellular space],
H2O[periplasm] ↔ H2O[extracellular space],
CO2[periplasm] ↔ CO2[extracellular space],
an ion[periplasm] ↔ an ion[extracellular space],
oxygen[periplasm] ↔ oxygen[extracellular space],
a monosaccharide[periplasm] ↔ a monosaccharide[extracellular space],
maltose[periplasm] → maltose[cytosol],
D-glucopyranose[periplasm] → D-glucopyranose[cytosol],
IMP[cytosol] → IMP[periplasm],
GMP[cytosol] → GMP[periplasm],
dihydroxyacetone[periplasm] → dihydroxyacetone[cytosol],
allantoin[periplasm] → allantoin[cytosol],
carbon monoxide[periplasm] ↔ carbon monoxide[cytosol],
arsenite[periplasm] → arsenite[cytosol],
poly-β-1,6-N-acetyl-D-glucosamine[cytosol] → poly-β-1,6-N-acetyl-D-glucosamine[periplasm],
L-glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate[periplasm] → L-glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate[cytosol],
benzene-1,4-diol[cytosol] → benzene-1,4-diol[periplasm],
salicyl alcohol[cytosol] → salicyl alcohol[periplasm],
cholate[periplasm] → cholate[cytosol],
D-cystine[periplasm] → D-cystine[cytosol],
ferric coprogen[cytosol] → ferric coprogen[extracellular space],
dimethyl sulfoxide[periplasm] → dimethyl sulfoxide[cytosol],
4 H+[in] → 4 H+[out]


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Please cite the following article in publications resulting from the use of EcoCyc: Nucleic Acids Research 41:D605-12 2013
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